The former Frames man is no stranger to the continental showcase, but it's as a solo performer that he's now making waves. Olaf Tyaransen catches up with the Choice Prize nominee in Groningen
Having bagged a Choice Prize nomination for the fantastic And Now The Weather, 2016 may be the year that Colm Mac Con Iomaire bursts into the top tier of Irish acts.
Of course, he's no stranger to the big time, given his time with The Frames, but talking to Olaf Tyaransen backstage at Eurosonic, he outlines what's changed since flying solo, and discusses movie projects in the pipeline.
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Colm Mac Con Iomaire is among the acts set for The Shoestring Collective's Saturday Night In event in Dublin next week.Read More
Mac Con Iomaire is a delightful frontman, self-deprecating and entertaining, each song is preceded by a short explanatory note on its origin and each musical guest welcomed warmly.Read More
Mac Con Iomaire may have started out as part of the Kila collective, but his range runs well beyond the Celtic pastoral and into the post-rock, the ambient and the neo-classical.Read More
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